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Dec 4
21:37
Can you take plan b while on the pill? if he wants to cum inside of you, just to be sure?
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Dec 4
21:38
Your pill protects you from pregnancy, you don’t need to talk plan b as well
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Dec 4
21:38
If you don’t trust your pill use condoms, not emergency contraception
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Dec 4
21:39
But is it still safe to take plan b after or is it harmful if I would feel more safe to use plan b
 
Dec 4
21:42
It’s safe but it’s completely unnecessary so you SHOULD’NT take it, is what the point is.
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Dec 4
21:42
@lilblueyy as amarie said, you don’t need plan b if you are on the pill. Or using a condom correctly. Plan B is not candy, and should only be taken in emergencies. It contains a lot of hormones and can mess up your body for a while. Only ever take it if you missed a pill or make a mistake. If you want to let your man cum in you, then you should be on the pill and then you are protected.
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Dec 4
21:43
@Lilblueyy it’s extremely harmful to take Plan B as a “just in case” Plan B is called PLAN B because that means your Plan A failed!!! DO NOT TAKE PLAN B FOR “JUST IN CASE” it isn’t candy
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Dec 4
21:51
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Dec 4
21:59
What makes you think plan B is more effective than the pill? The pill is more effective. Plan B will throw off your hormones, cause you all sorts of side effects which you will then worry about whether they are pregnancy symptoms. It's pointless being on the pill if you act like it does nothing. It is your protection. It was designed for this purpose. Also, you don't have to let him cum in you if you aren't comfortable with it.
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Dec 4
22:00
It’s technically safe but it’s NOT needed! Plan B has a lot of hormones that can cause you to feel symptoms such as nausea, bloating, vomiting, headaches, migraines, spotting randomly throughout the month, etc. Plan B is NOT candy, and it is therefore not needed if you are on the pill. If you can’t learn to trust your pill, use condoms.
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Dec 4
22:02
If you would feel more safe to use Plan B DEFINITELY don’t let him cum in you, you’re clearly not ready for it. Don’t reach out of your comfort zone if you’re not ready!!!! Plan B isn’t as effective as the pill, my sister got pregnant even after taking Plan B when she never was pregnant after years and years of taking her BC, she stopped her BC and that’s when she got pregnant even with the Plan B. Trust your pill.
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Dec 4
22:31
Plan B is actually less effective than the pill. The pill is over 99% effective, while plan b is only 95% effective. If you feel you need plan b in order for you to be comfortable allowing your partner to cum in you, then you aren't ready for him to cum in you.
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Dec 4
22:32
Also, if you take Ella One (which is also an emergency contraception, but is effective up to 5 days after) it actually makes your birth control ineffective, meaning you could get pregnant. So don't just take emergency contraception for peace of mind. Educate yourself on how your pill works and use condoms until you're comfortable allowing your partner to cum in you.
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Dec 4
23:05
You don't take Plan B just to be sure... Don't have condomless sex if you don't know these things.
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Dec 4
23:25
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Dec 5
11:29
It’s safe (if needed) irresponsible to take plan b for safety when it’s unnecessary (pills have been missed). Either use condoms or don’t have sex if you can’t trust the pill.
 

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